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She threw her glass across the room and it hit the wall.
It’s thought he may have fallen and hit his head on the kerb.
Try to roll as you hit the ground.
Don’t hit your brother!
He hit me on the shoulder.
They hit me in the stomach.
James was hit with a stick.
She was hit by a speeding car.
The truck hit the wall.
My car was hit from behind by a lorry.
She was hit by a stray bullet.
According to first reports, some bombs have hit schools and hospitals.
None of the missiles hit their target.
Many houses have been without water since the storm hit.
The craze hit England in 1951.
He gasped as the pain hit him.
The people this legislation will hit hardest are the poor.
Local businesses have been hard hit by the recession.
a singer who hit the big time (=became very successful) in 1998
We hit a problem when we tried to print the document.
The talks appear to have hit a snag.
It suddenly hit her that she would never see him again.
She hit the brakes too late and the car skidded.
Just hit the Save button every few minutes.
Did anyone hit a home run (=in baseball)?
He hit a six (=in cricket).
The squad will have to hit the ground running from the very first game.
I didn’t really hit it off with his sister.
With regard to the gentleman’s comments, I think he has hit the nail right on the head.